Mitsubishi Endeavor Problem Report
Mitsubishi Endeavor 2-3 Shift Flair From Automatic Transmission
The automatic transmission may develop a 2-3 shift flair. This is commonly caused by an internal fault related to the reverse clutch assembly. Replacement of the rear housing and reverse clutch assembly may be required to correct this concern.
same identical problem - dana.austin
transmission slip 2-3 - Visitor
problem between 2-3 gears, not fixed yet - Visitor
Same issue - Visitor
Purchased used with 37,000 miles on it. 1 week after getting car started to have trouble. Had a warranty so they replaced Trans with rebuilt one. 2 years later same thing happened and the trans had to be replaced again. Still have the hard shift with the 2- 3 flare. AAMCO does not know what to do to fix it! - Visitor
Car started vibrating weirdly on highway. Pulled over and it seemed to go away. Continued on pulled over at gas station and car vibrated loudly and wouldnt go into park drive or reverse. Waiting on diagnostic but told the transmission is shot. - Visitor
The transmission has n strong noise when the mileage was less than 40,000. While driving the noise was very loud and I parked. The change even though it was in 3 stayed in neutral. Bring it to a mechanic who tells me there to repair the transmission. - Visitor
I had the same problem. Took it to a trans shop they told me the rings were bad and needed to be replaced. For that and the reprogramming of the trans and of course labor I paid $934. - Visitor
When trans needs to shift to 3rd gear, it will jump to neutral instead. Local reputable shop recommended replace with rebuilt trans at $3700. - Visitor
Snap ring brings and trashes transmission causing 3200 dollar repair - Visitor
2-3 gear shift flare will it hurt to just keep using it instead of spending 1200 dollars to fix...
How is this laid out on engine?
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